[quote author=dabears2k link=topic=128360.msg2745818#msg2745818 date=1226707606]
Last I heard Josh still wouldn't/couldn't confirm that it wouldn't throw a CEL...
There is no guarantee the downpipe will not throw a CEL. Once you start modifying any car with an aftermarket exhaust component you run the risk of throwing a check engine light unfortunately so there is no way to guarantee this won't happen. Cobb's MS3 has yet to throw a check engine light so there shouldn't be any concern there.
[quote author=Ryan.Kauz link=topic=128360.msg2745826#msg2745826 date=1226707755]
Its okay, i'm sure they product tested it extensively.
Just like their intake....... oh :shock:
Um, just like the short shifter.... ah :x
well, i'm sure they tested this one!
As far as their intakes go I believe their first batch was 100% perfect. On the 2nd batch something changed with the injection mold process which caused this batch to be bad. There have been 0 intakes released since then because Cobb wants to ensure they are only releasing the highest quality products. We don't feel that this has been a flaw in the engineering of the product, but a quality control issue that Cobb has done everything in their power to correct.
We have been Cobb dealers since 2005 and have never had an instance where Cobb has not stood behind their products. They are one of the few companies out there that we have seen research product fitment, compatibility, durability and quality before releasing it to the public. They have definitely set the standard in the Subaru community for being one of the highest quality manufactures. We wouldn't expect anything less from them in the Mazda community.